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var reactTouchDeviceKeyboard = require("react-touch-device-keyboard")

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react-touch-device-keyboard v0.1.0

React virtual keyboard for touch devices. It can be used with native input/text-area element, without touching the existing code. Click here to see it in action


$ npm i react-touch-device-keyboard --save


import Keyboard from "react-touch-device-keyboard"

<Keyboard mountAt={document.getElementById("keyboard-container")}/>


mountAtdom elementdom element where the keyboard should mount
marginFromInputnumbermargin top in px, from the focused input element (default 10px)
alwaysOpenbooleanif true keyboard will be alway open (default false)
widthnumberwidth of keyboard (defualt 900), this won't work if fullScreen is true
fullScreenbooleanif true, keyboard will take full width of the window
focusNextOnTabbooleanif true, on press of tab focus will go to next focusable element
disabledarray[<string>]array of keys which should be disabled (key name should be in lowecase eg. - ['tab', 'a'])
stickToBottombooleanif true keyboard will alway be in bottom of the page
onKeyPressfunctionreceives character pressed in keyboard as argument

There are some life hooks also if needed -

beforeOpen - gets triggered every time focus changes afterOpen - gets triggered every time focus changes beforeClose, afterClose

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